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IECA Annual Conference coming to Spokane Feb. 25-28

News | January 24, 2024 | By:

This year’s IECA Annual Conference promises to be a hub of knowledge and innovation for professionals dedicated to soil health and sustainable practices. It will be held February 25-28, 2024 in Spokane, Wash. and you can register here.

Take a look at a few of the sessions focused on soil health:

Evaluation of Erosion Control Practices: Explore the impact of various soil types and slope gradients on erosion control practices, as evaluated through rainfall simulation by the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT).

Soil Management in Leased Agricultural Areas: Uncover the challenges and discover sustainable solutions for soil management in leased agricultural spaces, crucial for fostering renewable development.

Enzyme-Induced Carbonate Precipitation (EICP) for Stormwater Erosion Control: Delve into the development and optimization of EICP as an innovative solution for controlling erosion in sloping sandy soil during storm events.

Get Dirty: A Hands-On Soil Texture Workshop: Immerse yourself in a practical workshop designed to enhance your understanding of soil textures, providing a tactile experience to deepen your knowledge.

Triassic Park: Addressing Challenges of Triassic Soils: Learn about Durham County’s adoption of new requirements to address the unique challenges posed by Triassic soils, offering valuable insights into regional soil management practices.

Wildflowers, Compost and Best Management Practices: Gain insights into utilizing wildflowers and compost to improve best management practices for disturbed soils, unlocking the potential for enhanced soil health and stability.

The Final Opportunity to Save on IECA Annual Conference Registration is January 29

[Limited Space Remains] Soils, Seeds and Grapes – Spokane’s
Secret to Unlocking Great Wines Tour

Travel to three marque wineries for area wine flights and special charcuterie boards to enjoy. Each winery offers a custom tour inside with its winemaker with a special presentation regarding the importance of soil in the production of wine at the Maryhill Winery. Add on this special tour when registering for the conference.

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